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Success Stories

Below is a list of stories and articles about the Edmonton Police Service and its members.

This is Who We Are - EPS Pipes and Drums

Since the early days of policing in Edmonton the bagpipes have boosted the spirits of those sworn to serve.

Constable Mike Chernyk says, "Thank You"

"I have been very moved by your encouragement, and it is important to me to personally thank Edmontonians, Albertans and Canadians for their kind words, well wishes and cards."

EPS Cyber Crimes find illegal substances sold to Canadians on Darkweb

Earlier this year, the Edmonton Police Cyber Crimes Investigative Detail became aware of suspicious activity on the dark web from a partner agency.

Canine Unit fetches Top Dog award

September 15-17 was a weekend for learning, honouring those who led us here, and, of course, friendly competition between canine teams from across Canada.

EPS 125 Picnic in the Park

Over 3,000 people came out for a fun afternoon in Borden Park to help EPS celebrate its 125th anniversary on August 20, 2017.

This is Who We Are - Human Trafficking & Exploitation Unit

Earlier this year, “VICE Unit” transitioned their name to, “Human Trafficking and Exploitation Unit.”

This is Who We Are - Marine Unit

The Edmonton Police Service Marine Unit will be out on the North Saskatchewan River this summer to ensure citizens are safe while taking part in recreational activities on the water.

Happy Birthday, EPS!

June 20 was our official 125th birthday! On that day in 1892, Edmonton Mayor Matthew McCauley issued Bylaw #15, which gave town council the ability to assemble its own police force.

EPS' 125 years of Service

It’s safe to say that over the past 125 years, Edmonton has matured from a community of 700 with one lone Town Constable in 1892 to a population of over 1.3 million in the greater metro area today, with over 2,500 people working for the Edmonton Police Service.
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